‘TBH is not a family show neither it was meant to be’: Tabish Hashmi
One of the best comedians of Pakistan, Tabish Hashmi, who hosts the show TBH ‘To Be Honest’, has shared that his show was never not meant to be a family show.
While talking in an interview, Tabish Hashmi talked-about allegations on his show that it is not a family-oriented show said that he did not know how people can decide that TBH is not a family show on the basis of just a few clips.
According to the comedian, the show was not meant for family. “Basically, it was made for YouTube so that people turn it on by their own choice, I don’t know from where did this ‘Not for Family’ query come.”
Hashmi also said that the comedy is not scripted at all. For him, due to the extempore show, his witty personality comes out clearly and the show went viral in months.
He continued, “Also, let me tell you that I have most fans from the elderly age group who come to me and say that they watch my shows. A lot of elderly ladies told me that they have gotten rid of depression because of me.”
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Earlier in an interview, while talking about the Pakistani content, he said that we mixed up a lot of things, unlike public speech, they tell rules about the competition. In comedy and creating content, there is no rule given but still, people face a lot of restrictions, Hashmi highlighted.